Note About My Gesso Products
I wanted to let you all know that I’ve decided to confuse you when it comes to my Gesso products. When I first started making the overlays, I had NO idea how popular they would become. I also didn’t know which format (transparent or textured) was the best. I started with 2 overlays and saved them as both PNG and JPG. That became my Vol. 1 bundle. I did the same thing for 2 more overlays. That meant I had Gesso 1, 2, 3, and 4 transparent/texture overlays. Bear with me … I’m getting there.
After the first 2 bundles, I decided to only do the PNG format (it seemed to be the more popular one). Unfortunately, when I went to number the next 2 packs, I called them 3 and 4. Don’t know what I was thinking, but that’s what I did (I claim a senior moment). I did 2 more packs with the numbers 5 and 6 … and that’s when I realized I had duplicated 2 version numbers. Having no idea what to do, because I didn’t want to confuse my wonderful customers, I just ignored the problem … for a while.
Those who know me well, know that I’m overly picky about how I name and version my stuff. Ignoring the problem wasn’t going to work … it kept eating at me. SO … I finally bit the bullet and decided to fix things. Since the last 4 versions (3, 4, 5, 6) were actually pieces of gesso done large enough to fill an entire page, I decided to call them “Gesso Bits” … which mean redoing the previews and renumber stuff. Long story short, this is how things got renamed —
Gesso 3 (the second one) -> Gesso Bits 3
Gesso 4 (the second one) -> Gesso Bits 4
Gesso 5 (the original one) -> Gesso Bits 2
Gesso 6 (the original one) -> Gesso Bits 1
Gesso 7 (the grab bag one) -> Gesso 5
I’m MUCH happier now and I’m really sorry if I’ve confused any of you or muddled up your filing system. I’ll try to behave myself in the future.